Food Processing facilities that make products such as tomato paste, baby food, cake mixes, condiments, etc. use batch processes in their production facilities.
What are the application differences that make a Process Water application so easy, but DI Water measurement so difficult? Find the answer here...
Flyash is a dusty, abrasive material that is often sticky causing it to form chunks and coat heavily. This makes it tricky to measure.
A ruined batch can often represent hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost product. RF Admittance level switches can prevent this.
Measuring granular materials in a chute is an extreme environment for any sensing element. Gypsum rock is abrasive and heavy, causing insertion type sensors to quickly wear, bend, or completely shear off.
Filler arms should have a high level shut off switch to indicate when the tanker is full. An overfill can result in loss of product, clean up, potentially hazardous conditions, and EPA spill reporting.
Robert J. Irving discusses the operating principles and performance characteristics of capacitive analysers in applications ranging from custody transfer to well-testing.
Solvent storage is common in many industries including paint and coating manufacturing, plastics, pharmaceutical, and cosmetics.
Continuous density compensation for water cut monitoring provides the necessary accuracy that is
demanded for today’s tight oil extraction processes.
Measuring the percentage of water in oil (water cut) is required for both upstream and downstream oil production. Several technologies currently are used to measure water cut across a full range of applications. This article offers a basis of comparison, including advantages and disadvantages of each.
In this article you will learn the difference between different level technologies and why level measurement technology is universal.
Measuring granular materials in a chute is an extreme environment for any sensing element. The material is often damp and can leave a thick coating on the chute wall and sensing element.